Status & Trends by Region


Status & Trends in the John Day Subbasin (Columbia Plateau Province)

Spring Chinook

Biological Objective : Subbasin Plan Objective :
Average run size of 20,000 adults and jacks to the John Day313
 
Current Status : Adult Escapement (natural)
2011: 14,494 adults (natural)215
Redd Counts (natural)
2015: 1,146 redds (natural) 216, 217, 218, 220, 221, 222, 223

ESA Listing Status :    Not Listed
Evolutionary Significant Unit (ESU) : Middle Columbia 
Major Population Group (MPG) :  
Population :  
 

Summer Steelhead

Biological Objective : Subbasin Plan Objective :
Average run size of 49,000 fish to the John Day313
Recovery Plan Criteria :
Upper Mainstem or Middle Fork - 1,000 natural adults, other must be maintained; North Fork must remain highly viable (currently 1,740 natural adults); Lower mainstem - 2,250 natural adults; South Fork must be maintained302
 
Current Status : NOSA Estimate
2014: 20,505 spawners 474
Redd Counts (natural)
2017: 157 redds (natural)209, 210, 211, 240, 241

ESA Listing Status :    Threatened
Evolutionary Significant Unit (ESU) : Middle Columbia 
Major Population Group (MPG) : John Day River 
Population : Upper Mainstem, South Fork, Middle Fork, North Fork, Lower Mainstem 
 

Bull Trout

Biological Objective : Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
5,000 individuals distributed among 12 or more local populations312
 
Current Status : Redd Counts
2005: 154 redds 440

ESA Listing Status :    Threatened
 

Westslope Cutthroat

No abundance chart available for Westslope Cutthroat.
Biological Objective : Subbasin Plan Objective :
None313
 
Current Status : Unknown (1,229 of 2,622 historically occupied stream miles are currently occupied) 441
ESA Listing Status :    Species of Concern
 

Redband Trout

No abundance chart available for Redband Trout.
Biological Objective : Subbasin Plan Objective :
None313
 
Current Status : Unknown (abundant in most headwater areas)
ESA Listing Status :    Species of Concern